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Annual Report - Appendix11: Errors and Omissions
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APPENDIX 11 - ERRORS AND OMISSIONS 2003-04


DISCRETIONARY GRANT PROGRAMS
Page 451 of the 2003-04 Annual Report


The values listed in the 2003-04 Department of Health and Ageing Annual Report have been corrected and are listed below. An administrative error occurred in transferring data from the Department of Finance and Administration database of discretionary grants to the table prepared for publication in the 2003-04 Department of Health and Ageing Annual Report.

Outcome Outcome Description
2003-04 $
(GST Incl)
1 To promote and protect the health of all Australians and minimise the incidence of preventable mortality, illness, injury and disability.
7,895,120
2 Access through Medicare to cost-effective medical services, medicines and acute health care for all Australians.
4,036,386
3 Support for healthy ageing for older Australians and quality and costeffective care for frail older people and support for their carers.
178,908,000
4 Improved quality, integration and effectiveness of health care.
24,262,001
5 Improved health outcomes for Australians living in regional, rural and remote locations.
70,490,412
6 To reduce the consequences of hearing loss for eligibly clients and the incidence of hearing loss in the broader community.
-
7 Improved health status for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
120,647,614
8 A viable private health industry to improve the choice of health services for Australians.
5,570,631
9 Knowledge, information and training for developing better strategies to improve the health of Australians.
16,653,187


Note: Actual data was not collected for the whole year for Indigenous discretionary grants because they were exempt for the first part of 2003-04. The annual figure listed above for Outcome 7 is an estimate based on actual figures for 2004-05.


Produced by the Portfolio Strategies Division, Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing.
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